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Paper Tape Medication
Please doctor what drugs will I take concerning this unpleasant discharge white in colour look like a wet pieces tissue paper my virginal kind of hurt?
Needs testing: To establish why you are having the discharge. Need to have some swabs taken and may need an examination. May be something like bacterial vaginosis which will respond to antibiotics but a variety of other infections and conditions. Best to see your doctor for an assessment and tests. They can then make a diagnosis and prescribe you something suitable. ...Read more
Can I plaster my penis tip using paper tape during sex with oil for avoid pregnancy. Can it be dangerous?
Are you serious?: Condoms are produced for this purpose.Get a more detailed answer ›
Had a mole removed 9/19 in between right breast & armpit. Bandaids & paper tape are ripping my skin up, painful. When can I leave the wound uncovered?
I have a bad back. I got injections, also in PT, pain is still bad want to go to a pain clinic, what do I expect 1st time? Drug test? Bring papers?
Ask them: When you call to set up an appointment, ask them what to expect and what to bring. Each one may have different protocols. Why get answers that don't relate to your place? Best wishes for relief - consider hypnosis and other strategies beyond pills/injections too. ...Read more
Are the results of my drug test confidential between me and my employer or will my parents be notified even thou I sighned hippa papers?
That is a legal: Question. Try asking this on avvo. Com for a free legal opinion. Take care. ...Read more
Can you tell me if I had a urine drug screen at the hospital would the results be on my discharge papers?
Not usually: Discharge papers usually only give the discharge diagnosis and whatever recommendations they have for you about driving, bed rest, medications and follow up appointments. The discharge summary, which is usually done shortly after discharge by the physician, may have all that information, but it would depend on how important the fact that you were tested and the results are. ...Read more
Unless it is edible: Rice paper, then it certainly is not normal. Pica is eating materials that have no nutritional value. See your physician to determine if a nutritional deficiency is contributing to eating paper. If it isn't then please see a psychologist for therapy. This is a dangerous behavior because it could cause a bezoar & because of chemicals used to process many paper products. ...Read more
Safe.: Paper is generally nothing more than Cellulose and some stabilizing agents. Unless you are eating a lot routinely, or eating some specialty paper, I do not see any significant health hazard. The speed with you you eat it may be correlated with your risk of a paper cut. That would hurt. ...Read more
You have my sympathy: You're being asked to take time in which you could be learning real, marketable skills to write about the politics of how we perceive food choices and obesity. This itself might be worth understanding, but the term "demonization" usually indicates a left-wing and nonscientific political agenda. To be successful, you need to find out the prejudices of your grader. ...Read more
There is a wide variation in what doctors make, depending on where they practice and the field of medicine they're in.
Your best source of information for these things (and a valuable tool in considering career choices) is the us department of labor. I have attached a link that will help you. ...Read more
Computer documents: You can make a place on your computer (be sure you have good back up if this is to be your only record) to enter the data so that you can discard the records. Some paper records as such are required by the irs so get some advice from your accountant or tax attorney about which you can store electronically and which you have to keep as paper. ...Read more
Not a problem: It should not be a problem at all. ...Read more
Hi! Could you perhaps explain to me why diets are generally ineffective? It's for my research paper.
Yes: Many diets do not teach the person about lifestyle changes and long lasting changes that they can incorporate into their everyday life. Many go on crash diets with radical changes that cant be sustained over time. A lifestyle change would be to eat more fruits and vegetables and less fried and fatty foods. That is an attainable goal that could result in a more permanent weight loss. ...Read more
Is there an official research/paper declaring that an open working space causes demages for the health of workers?
Nothing generic: That I am aware of. Which is good thing for farmers/ranchers/etc. In general, it is small / enclosed work spaces that pose potential risk to workers. ...Read more
When I look at a square or rectangular shaped paper or other object, it appears to be narrower at the top. This is new. What could cause this?
Ans: You need to have your eyes examined right away. See the opthomoligist ...Read more
A short time: Most types of germs (viruses and bacteria) do not live very long in unfriendly environments like a piece of paper. Some types live longer than others, and a few like the mycobacteria that causes tuberculosis can live a fairly long time outside of a body. There are spores, like botulinum spores that can live a very long time outside of a host. ...Read more
Probably: You know how hard it is to read a physician's handwriting! ...Read more
Not necessarily: He could also be o+, or b+, or ab +. ...Read more
Pica, eating non-: Food items for a month or more, is seen in many mental & developmental disorders. Like Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, other Eating Disorders, family disorganization & Autistic Spectrum Disorder. See your PCP to rule out nutritional deficiencies, anemia, pregnancy, constipation & intestinal blockage. You need a psychiatrist & a psychologist for accurate diagnoses, therapy & possible medications. ...Read more
Not life threatening: BUT a lot of chemicals in most paper that should not be ingested regularly or in large quantities. Bleaching agents, sizing agents, chalk, and finishing agents, to name a few. Specialty papers (toilet or facial tissue included) can contain perfumes, softening agents, dyes and other pigments. While there is some caloric value to cellulose, it is best to stick with food. ...Read more
Male or female?: Will answer as if you are female. Am assuming that "paper ball" is just a descriptive term. A clumpy (cottage cheese- like), white, non- odorous discharge associated w itching, burning, swelling or redness can be due to yeast infections. If you have a change in color, texture, odor or amount of vaginal discharge ; problems such as pain, itching burning with urination or sex or redness/swelling >. ...Read more
Few days: It depends how deep it is but generally a paper cut is well healed in 4-7 days. ...Read more
Unlikely: Possible but unlikely. There are amny variables such as the length of time from contact to exposure, the specific infectious agent, and things like humidity and temperature. ...Read more
Eating Toilet paper: Well, there is no specific test for people that have disorders involving unusual cravings. However, nutritional deficiencies are often found in people that suffer from pica. Iron deficiency anemia and zinc deficiency are more common with pica. I would see your doctor and have your labs checked (iron, vitamins a, d, b1-12, calcium, magnesium, zinc, etc. ...Read more
Wear gloves?!: No, seriously, while most paper cuts are definitely annoying, rarely do these become infected or complicated wounds. Keeping a moist bandage with aquaphor healing ointment oftentimes helps. A newer wrinkle, worth the try, is to cover the cut with the new clear flexible dressing--painted on like fingernail polish--also know as "skin glue". ...Read more
Professional help: From a mental health worker - psychiatric social worker, psychologist or psychiatrist - would be where I would start. There are many forms of "pica" - eating unusual substances, ranging from dirt and clay, to ice to paper. Sometimes it relates to an underlying physical disorder like iron deficiency, other times it is a psychological problem. If it is bothering you (or others), I would get help. ...Read more
Get counseling: It is not really"addiction" in the usual sense, but usually some form of obsessive-compulsive disorder, where people have to do certain things or they will feel tremendous anxiety. "Pica" - eating non-food substances like clay, or ice (or paper) may be a form of this. See a mental health counselor or psychiatrist for evaluation, and they can suggest ways to help you find your way out of this. ...Read more